BEAR CREEK WATERSHED REGULATORY ?· BEAR CREEK WATERSHED REGULATORY HISTORY ... SPPM Stormwater Pollution…
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BEAR CREEK WATERSHED REGULATORY HISTORY
1964First King County Comprehensive Plan
1987Enclosure I - Critical Drainage Areas
1969Recommended Procedures for Storm Drain and Road Culvert Design
1977Requirements and Guidelines for Storm Drainage in King County
1979Storm Drainage Control Requirements and Guidelines
2000Upper Cedar River Watershed (Habitat Conservation Plan)
adopts updated Comprehensive
1986KCC 9.08.060 (L)
1990Proposed Bear Creek Basin Plan
19911991 WA GMA (RESHB 1025)
2001WA Ecology SWMMWW
20001995 Phase 1
2005WA Ecology SWMMWW
2012WA Ecology SWMMWW
2012WA Ecology SWMMWW,
as Amended 2014
2012 2012 Phase 1
1994Updated Comprehensive Plan
2000Comprehensive Plan 4-yr cycle begins
2007Redmond adopted Ecology's 2005 SWMMWW
2013Bear Creek Watershed-Scale Retrofit Analysis
2007Phase I Municipal
2008Court ruling against
the land clearing portion of CAO
Temp, DO, & FC TMDL WQIP
2013Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit
20182018-2023 Phase I MunicipalStormwater Permit
FC TMDL WQIR
Temp & DO WQIR
2005Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan (Vol 1, II, III)
20092007 Phase 1 Municipal Stormwater Permit Modification
20102007 Phase 1 Municipal Stormwater Permit Modification
2004Second Significant Revision of the KCCP completed
19951990 SWDM (1995 Rev)
19941990 SWDM (1994 Rev [informal])
19951st Phase 1 Municipal
2014WSDOT Highway Runoff Manual
Highway Runoff Manual
1992WA Ecology SWMMPSB
1988Citizens Advisory Committee formed
2004The CriticalAreas Ordinance, actually a package of three ordinances: Includedclearing limits.
1989Bear Creek (Basin) Community Plan and Zoning (Adopted)
No. 2281 1995-99Annual Amendments to 1994 Comprehensive Plan
SWDM, Reference 1,
2A, 2B, 2C
2002 Woodinville adopted Ecology's 2001 SWMMWW
2011Woodinville adopted KC's 2009 SWDM
2004Redmond adopted Ecology's 2001 SWMMWW
2017Redmond will adopt Ecology's 2014 SWMMWW on January 1, 2017
2016Woodinvillewill adopt KC's 2016 SWDM
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AcronymsCAO Critical Areas OrdinanceESHB Engrossed substitute House billGMA Growth Management ActKC King CountyKCC King County CodeKCCP King County Comprehensive PlanRESHB Re-engrossed substitute House billSEPA State Environmental Policy ActSPPM Stormwater Pollution Prevention PlanSWDM Surface Water Design ManualSWMMPSB Stormwater Management Manual for Puget Sound BasinSWMMWW Stormwater Management Manual for Western WashingtonTMDL Total Maximum Daily LoadWA Ecology Washington State Department of EcologyWQIP Water Quality Improvement PlanWQIR Water Quality Improvement ReportWSDOT Washington State Department of Transportation
Acts, laws, ordinances, and Code (KCC); and court rulings.
State and County legislative actions broadly addressing environmental quality, and more specifically regarding stormwater control and water quality; court action regarding legislative actions.
Articulates long-range growth and land use planning to support "resilient, healthy, diverse, and sustainable communities"; with specific elements to "protect resources and enhance quality of life". Prior to GMA, KCC drove Comp Plan; after GMA, Comp Plan drives KCC.
Basin Plans and Analysis
Environmental protection / improvement plans for specific basins and resources.
Stormwater PermitsStormwater ManualsStormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
Stormwater manuals and pollution prevention plans are implementations of stormwater permits. Over time, stormwater management has evolved additively from moving water away from structures -> flood control -> erosion control -> water quality treatment and pollution prevention.
TMDL (Total Maximum Daily Load)
"A planning tool and potential starting point for restoration or protection activities with the ultimate goal of attaining or maintaining water quality standards". When called out in a state stormwater permit, has regulatory weight to drive cleanup and pollution prevention initiatives.
Bear Creek Watershed focus
Laws, permits, stormwater manuals, etc. with a Bear Creek Watershed nexus; i.e., calling out or uniquely specific to Bear Creek Watershed.